Nakla Youth Reporters Club arranges discussion meeting, iftar mahfil


Md Mushsraf Hossain in Sherpur:

Nakla Youth Reporters Club in Sherpur district arranged a discussion meeting, an iftar and Dua Mahfil, keeping physical distance as per the government instructions and maintaining health rules on Sunday.

The programs are organized on the second floor of ‘Khana Pina’ fast food and restaurant in Nakla town of the district. Nakla Youth Reporters Club President Md Nur Hossain presided over the discussion meeting.

Adviser of the Nakla Youth Reporters Clubs’ and President of the Nakla Press Club Md Musharaf Hossain, Advisor of Youth Reporters Club and vice-president of Nakla Press Club Khandaker Jasim Uddin Minto, Advisor of Youth Reporters Club and General Secretary of Nakla Press Club Mosharraf Hossain Sarkar Babu, General Secretary of Nakla Youth Reporters Club Md Fazle Rabbi Rajon, Organizing Secretary Shimanur Rahman Sukhan, Office Secretary Selim Reza, Information and Publication Secretary Asaduzzaman Sowrav, Finance Secretary Sumon Ahmed, Sports and Cultural Affairs Secretary Sujan Mia, executive members Rezaul Hasan Safit and Raisul Islam Rifat and others were spoke on the meeting. Among others members and well-wishers of Nakla Youth Reporters Club were also present.

The speakers discussed in detail what to do as a journalist to deal with the second wave of the ongoing coronavirus (COVID-19). In particular, on the occasion of the upcoming holy Eid-ul-Fitr, various decisions were taken on the basis of proposals and support on how to create public awareness as a conscious citizen to ensure physical distance as per the government’s instructions by reducing the congestion of shoppers.

Moreover, on the occasion of the upcoming holy Eid-ul-Fitr, everyone is called upon to stand by the helpless and poor families with help according to their ability.

After the discussion, special prayers were offered to protect the people from the second wave of Coronavirus for the welfare of the nation. To commemorate this special moment and to be locked in a camera frame for a few moments, all the members of the Nakla Press Club committee took off their masks and sat at a table in front of iftar to take part in the photo session.